Auto Accident & Injury Tucson
If you have been injured or in an auto accident it is important to seek treatment right away. Often times symptoms do not show up immediately or you believe the accident was minor and no treatment is needed. Regardless of the seriousness of the accident or the pain level it is very important to get checked out immediately. Getting the care you need right away will prevent long-term complications and dysfunction. Call our office to book an appointment right away.
How are payments handled?
We can file a lien with insurance companies/attorneys so that you can get the treatment you need without having to pay for services upfront. If you have Med Pay on your auto insurance policy we can send your bills to your Insurance Company to be covered by your Med Pay.
What type of injuries can an auto accident/injury cause?
Even a minor fender bender can cause the following injuries:
- Herniated discs
- Soft-tissue injuries
- Neck injuries
- Displaced bone fragments in the spine
- Misalignments of the vertebrae
You may not even notice these injuries at first, but if you live with them for weeks or months after your accident, they might start to cause pain and dysfunction.
What type of symptoms might I experience after an auto accident/injury?
Pain is the obvious indication that you experienced an injury following an accident. However, you may also experience the following symptoms:
- Headaches or migraines
- Anxiety or panic attacks or depression
- Overall body stiffness
- Neck pain or reduced range of motion
- Chest pain and back pain
- Problems Sleeping
- Blurred Vision
- Loss of taste or smell
- Ringing in the ears
How does The Fix Medical treat auto accidents/injuries?
Following a comprehensive physical exam and x-rays to access your body’s function and spinal alignment, the providers at The Fix Medical will provide spinal adjustments, rehab, and pain managment to help put your body back into balance and alignment. We also offer soft tissue therapy to reduce inflammation and spasms. We work with a network of specialists if you need additional care that we cannot provide at our office.